Carbide Cutoff Saw Improves Productivity

August 2006
Metal Center News;Aug2006, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p47
Trade Publication
The article features the Nishijimax CNC Carbide Cutoff System from Pat Mooney Inc. of Addison, Illinois. According to sources, it can cut more parts per hour and more parts per blade, compared standard production saws. A range of features promoting productivity is what Nishijimax Systems are equipped with, which is designed for fully automatic cycles, featuring auto loaders and bar stockers.


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